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8 Mapping Out Career Goals: My Journey from Nursing Student to Professional RN

Navigating Texas’ Licensing and Career Opportunities in the ER My future success and development in meeting goals in my professional nursing career are important to know and understand as I transition from a student to a trained RN. I will be seeking employment in the state of Texas. A license in Texas is obtained from […]

9 Unraveling the Positive Impact of Career Goals and Change for Job Satisfaction

Dissecting Job Dissatisfaction: A Stark Reality According to statistics from the Pew Research Center, 30 percent of Americans are not satisfied with their jobs. A national survey from the University of Phoenix suggests that the percentage of dissatisfied workers is significantly higher: 59 percent of working adults and 73 percent of professionals in their 30s […]

10 Unlocking the Medical Potential: How Medical Marijuana Transforms Lives

Charlotte, a five-year-old girl, suffers from over 50 epileptic seizures a day. Since using marijuana, her seizures have dropped. Marijuana is non-addictive and can’t be overdosed on. It is a natural substance not produced in a laboratory. It is one of the most versatile yet controversial drugs in today’s society. Marijuana can be traced back […]

11 Schizophrenia: Unveiling Pathology, Symptoms and Treatment

Introduction At around age fifteen, I was browsing around YouTube and found myself looking at various random video clips. Soon enough, I found a specific video that caught my attention. The video was a schizophrenia simulation, and I found it interesting because the video showed different aspects of a psychotic episode from a patient with […]

12 Complex Etiology of Schizophrenia: Factors, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prognosis

Introduction According to Gray and Zide (2013), Schizophrenia is characterized by a broad range of behaviors marked by a loss of a person’s sense of self, significant impairment in reality testing, and disturbances in feelings, thinking, and behavior. There are five subtypes of Schizophrenia: paranoid, catatonic, disorganized, undifferentiated, and residual type. The causes of the […]

13 Gender Differences in Schizophrenia: Examining Long-Term Treatment Outcomes

Introduction Schizophrenia is a mental disorder in which a person’s ability to think, feel, and behave appropriately is affected. A person who is schizophrenic may experience delusions, hallucinations, suicidal ideation, and other cognitive difficulties. Schizophrenia usually appears between late adolescence and early adulthood and can often be a lifelong struggle. In Cechnicki, Bielańska, Mętel, Susz, […]

14 Understanding Schizophrenia: Unveiling the Complexity of a Mental Disorder

Introduction How would you react if you woke up one day and just felt off? You’d probably go about your day and carry on as usual. Days and weeks would go by, and you probably wouldn’t notice that feeling worsening or even notice anything different at all. Over time, you might start distancing yourself more […]

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